Guest Columns

With Nigeria’s Oil Dependence At Only 8 Percent, We Have a Future (2), By Sunday Adelaja

Some Nigerian’s may begin to panic thinking we are doomed as a nation, because of the fall in the price of oil. No, no, no, we are not doomed. Oil is only eight percent of our economy. Nigeria has a great future, with or without oil. The leaders of our…
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Columns

With Nigeria’s Oil Dependence At Only 8 Percent, We Have a Future (1), By Sunday Adelaja

...any form of reversion to raw materials as a means of foreign exchange earnings for the country is counterproductive. I think the way to go is to encourage our young entrepreneurs to produce products that will be better than other country’s products. The 21st century world will no longer depend…
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Guest Columns

How to Transform a Nation Through Truth and Honesty (2), By Sunday Adelaja

The truth therefore is that great nations become great not because of their wealth and natural resources, but due to their wealth of truth, honesty and other virtues. Wealth will always find a way of escaping from societies without an established system of truth and honesty, into societies that are…
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Guest Columns

How to Transform a Nation Through Truth and Honesty (1), By Sunday Adelaja

When the economy of a country is based fundamentally on the principles of truth and honesty, that nation experiences economic stability. If a country successfully translate the principles of truth and honesty into their social life, then that country experiences peace, tranquility and serenity. Most of the time when we…
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Guest Columns

“Leave Us Alone” – Why Every MMM Participant Has Already Lost (2), By Sunday Adelaja

Our pulpit must stop talking about miracles and breakthroughs because the message our youth are hearing is that through miracles and breakthroughs, you can get something out of nothing. What they are hearing is that it is possible to reap where you have not sown. The national psyche of Nigerians…
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Guest Columns

Leave Us Alone – Why Every MMM Participant Has Already Lost (1), By Sunday Adelaja

The only way for Nigeria to avoid the impending collision with these consequences of the lack of virtues is to begin to raise an alarm right now. We need to begin to give our young people a clear message in differentiating what is wrong and what is bad. If we…
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Opinion

The MMM Promoters In Nigeria: The Blind Leading The Blind (2), By Sunday Adelaja

I want to use this opportunity to address the Nigerian youth, especially the unemployed and desperate ones. Some of you may be thinking that what I am doing is a waste of time, spending so many hours and days deliberating over MMM. This is only my fourth article. There are…
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Opinion

The MMM Promoters In Nigeria: The Blind Leading The Blind (1), By Sunday Adelaja

- Chuddy Anayo Ugorji I personally think that getting involved in get rich quick schemes is much more dangerous than robbing a bank or robbing cars on the highways. The reason is because when someone attacks you in the house with a gun, at least you know that this is…
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Opinion

Mr. Mavrodi, Leave President Buhari Out, I Will Provide All Your Answers!, By Sunday Adelaja

Mavrodi knew that his scheme, like all other pyramid schemes, was bound to fail. Hence he was giving himself a soft landing through that letter to say, if this fails, I am not the one to blame, but the Nigerian government. Many people have challenged me on why I have…
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